a color 

A Sea – 

A location.  The color of the horses is a clue from whence they came.  Start with the Red and Black seas.  The white sea is a little tricky.  The Mediterranean and Aegean seas are also known as the white sea.  Like numbers, colors are translated accurately.  No room for interpretation.  The translators all agree on numbers and colors.  

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a white horse 

A Friend For Christianity – 

A bow in his hand, a covenant with God similar to Genesis 9:13.  The rider was Constantine, from the white sea, who made the world safe for Christians.  For the Turkish term Akdeniz (White Sea), see Mediterranean Sea.  For the part of the Mediterranean called White Sea in some South Slavic languages, see Aegean Sea.  Other riders were from the Red and Black seas.  Color matters.  

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a black horse 

A Threat To Religion – 

A threat to life, marriage, and family.  The rider was Marx, the father of communism from the Black Sea.  AKA  socialism and modernism.  The Church stood in the way.  Her teachings on life, marriage, and family would inspire many to fight for liberty and justice for all.  That fight continues today.   Save the Church.  Save the Truth and your freedom.   

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a number of years 

A Number in Daniel – 

A key to understanding the Apocalypse.  John knows Daniel and Daniel knows the number of years.  The numbers John uses have been preserved in nearly all of the bible translations.  They can be trusted in identifying historical events that might be a fulfillment of prophecy.  Not just one number but all the numbers must fit.  And colors.  

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a prophecy 

A History – 

A fulfillment of prophecy.  Only history can verify the fulfillment of prophecy.  Only numbers can verify the interpretation of prophecy.  The translators and interpreters of the bible can’t seem to agree on most of the words but somehow they agree on the numbers.  The word of God may vary but not His numbers.  Follow the numbers.  And colors.   

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a prophecy 

A Revelation – 

A book of what is to come.  Only history can verify what has been prophesied.  History based on numbers.  Not on interpretation.  You can only trust numbers.  Numbers do not have to be interpreted.  Start with the big numbers like a thousand and it might lead you to the Byzantine Empire that fits with all the other numbers.  And colors.  

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a misinterpretation 

A Premillennialist – 

A thousand year “Reign of Christ”.  They “reigned with Christ” is what is in the bible.  That is a big difference.  Look for a thousand years where they reigned with Christ.  They did the reigning in a Christian empire that lasted a thousand years.  Like the Byzantine Empire.  It’s the only one.  Check it out.  It fits with the other numbers.  And colors.  

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a translator 

A Bible – 

A version of each translation.  Before the printer, no two bibles were alike.  Now no two translations are alike.  And there are way too many.  About 60 English translations.  Each translation has more than one version.  So the “Word of God” is subject to translations, revisions, and interpretation.  For the most part they agree on numbers.  And colors.   

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a historical event 

A Fulfillment Of Prophecy – 

A number for verification.  Interpretation of numbers is not necessary.  1000 is 1000.  666 is 666.  Ten is ten.  Seven is seven.  Use these numbers to connect prophecy with history.  Only history with numbers can confirm the fulfillment of prophecy.  Can you trust anyone’s interpretation?  You can’t.  Trust the numbers.  And colors.  

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